Designing in the Open

Join us on Tuesday, April 9th for a conversation about designing in the open. How we can better engage the power of community to solve design problems? How can we make contributing design and research as easy and effective as the open source community has made it to contribute code? Our keynote speaker is Tom Hulme from Open IDEO. The event includes a panel discussion to hear how organizations around the globe have tackled this problem. We will then open the floor community Q&A session. We would love to hear about your own experiences contributing to open projects. This event is a great opportunity to connect with leaders in the open source design community and start contributing! <h4>SPEAKERS & PANELISTS</h4>

Keynote speaker:
Tom Hulme, Design Director at IDEO in London (@thulme)

Panelists:
Ivo Weevers, Head of Design, Ubuntu at Canonical (@IvoWeevers)
Drew Smith, User Experience Design Lead, Tobias & Tobias (@drewpasmith)
Cori Schauer, Head of User Research at Mozilla
Leisa Reichelt, Freelance, Disambiguity.com (@leisa)
Stephen Horlander, Visual Design Team Lead at Mozilla (@shorlander)

Twitter handle for the event: https://twitter.com/MozillaUX
Hashtag for the event: #designopen

Start time:
Location: London Commons
Duration: 2 hours 35 minutes
Channel: Main

Tags: community, design, open

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